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  • The Happy Life (NR)

    In this wistful South Korean feature (2007), three middle-aged men who once played rock music together in college are reunited at the funeral of their band leader; two of the men have recently lost their corporate jobs, and the third is a used-car salesman whose wife and kids have left him. more...
  • Harper

    A disappointing retread of the Philip Marlowe genre (1966), with Paul Newman a bit too sassy and self-consciously virile for Chandler's knight and the plot conventions a bit too carelessly used by director Jack Smight. more...
  • The Highwaymen (R)

    Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star as the former Texas Rangers charged with attempting to capture outlaw bandits Bonnie and Clyde. more...
  • The Hollow

    Miles Doleac directed this "southern-noir crime drama" about FBI agents investigating the death of a congressman's daughter in Mississippi. more...
  • Horns
  • Horns (R)

    French schlockmeister Alexandre Aja (High Tension, Piranha 3D) ventures into Grimm brothers territory and acquits himself surprisingly well; however crass and mean-spirited this 2013 fantasy gets, the handling of fairytale conventions is sincere, which gives the film an emotional weight. more...
  • Horse Girl
  • Horse Girl (R)

    Cowritten by Alison Brie and director Jeff Baena, Horse Girl starts off as a basic quirky indie rom-com about a socially awkward girl named Sarah (Brie) who loves horses and supernatural shows starring Matthew Gray Gubler. more...
  • House

    This incredibly odd Japanese horror feature (1977) is like a Hello Kitty backpack stuffed with bloody human viscera. more...
  • The House on Telegraph Hill

    Darryl Zanuck's plan to turn Italian beauty Valentina Cortesa into a Hollywood star fizzled with this odd woman-in-jeopardy picture (1951), though one can hardly blame her mesmerizing performance. more...
  • The House With a Clock in Its Walls
  • The House With a Clock in Its Walls (PG)

    Joe Dante would have been the ideal choice to direct a film version of John Bellairs’s 1973 young-adult gothic fantasy novel about an orphaned boy who goes to live with his warlock uncle in late-40s Michigan, but for some reason, the producers entrusted the project to misanthropic schlockmeister Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel). more...